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Running MongoDB.Driver.Example tests

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The tests in the examples appear like nunit-type tests but because they don't return "void" nunit-console will ignore them. Is there some other mechanism that should be used? I am adding big-endian support to the code and am passing nearly all tests but the tests in the examples appear that they'll really drive a lot of work that will allow me to check if I've done everything required.

posted Jun 28, 2015 by Gurminder

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